Saturday, March 6, 2010

Tim Burton, you have fallen from grace.

So I saw Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland" earlier this week, and I gotta say, mad disappointing. Ruined all my childhood memories of the animated Disney version, mainly because Burton made the Mad Hatter breakdance. Like, what? Fuck your vision, it sucks.

Yeah, not cool at all.

The only good thing to come out of all this, I think, is that Disney Couture has a new jewelry line promoting the film. Designed by Tom Binns, who creates crazy kinds of ornate jewelry, the collection has some sweet shit, like this:

Yes, totally overpriced and NOT AT ALL WORTH the $900 pricetag, but still interesting enough. Bet you dough that Katy Perry will probably be wearing it soon enough; she often dresses up like an egg before, so this wouldn't be too weird.

The stuff that's more affordable, though, is also way more wearable. My picks would be:

I don't think I'll end up buying any of it, though. There's just something about the fact that it's designed specifically for Burton's monstrosity that rubs me the wrong way. Maybe at a sample sale, for way less than what it's being marketed at? Yeah, probably.

+ Photos courtesy of AmysRobot,, Karmaloop, Fred Flare

1 comment:

  1. The cheshire cat hoops actually look really badass, and remind me of the Corinthian from the "Sandman" comics: